The Atlanta Hawks had a tremendous season in 2020-21. They made it to within two games of making the NBA Finals which is a tremendous achievement. What is even better is they were able to achieve this without Cam Reddish for the majority of the season.
The Atlanta Hawks are just days away from training camp, the preseason, and a new season that in general is beginning in earnest. It is a truly welcome sight after a long offseason that included what look like homerun draft selections, savvy free-agent signings, and retaining home-grown talent.
Atlanta Hawks general manager Travis Schlenk has had his first press conference of the new season. There was mixed news for the Hawks faithful as he announced that De’Andre Hunter was not going to be a full participant in training camp.
Atlanta Hawks fans have enjoyed a very positive offseason up to this point. They have seen the national opinion of their favorite team (mostly) change following their run to the Eastern Conference Finals.
Travis Schlenk met with the media earlier today and discussed a number of topics. Alex already covered all of the injury updates, but perhaps the most important thing said was regarding Kevin Huerter, who is eligible for a contract extension.
The Hawks General Manager Travis Schlenk had a press conference Friday morning ahead of training camp next week. Various topics were covered, including Kevin Huerter‘s contract negotiations, but most importantly, Schlenk delved into the health of several key contributors.
The Atlanta Hawks are set to open training camp early next week, and a few players will be limited to start out. Atlanta Hawks President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Travis Schlenk spoke with media Friday morning, touching on an array of topics ahead of training camp, which is set to open early next week.
There are rumors swirling about Zion Williamson in New Orleans right now, and they are less than pleasant. Now, let’s make something clear first: Tiger Droppings is a message board, and you can usually take whatever is said on there with a grain of salt.
The Atlanta Hawks had a number of questions on their roster going into the offseason. They were then dealt a blow when last season’s rookie Onyeka Okongwu had shoulder surgery and it was announced that he would be out for the first three months of the season.
By now, Atlanta Hawks fans are aware that it was this organization that originally drafted the legendary Bill Russell. Likewise, many NBA fans are well aware that he never donned a Hawks jersey but, instead, playing his entire 13-year career with the Boston Celtics before becoming their head coach.
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